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The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, Volume 1, January, 1880 is a fascinating collection of essays and articles that delve into the intersection of science and religion. The contributors offer insightful perspectives on topics such as creationism, evolution, and the nature of God.

One of the standout features of this journal is its commitment to fostering dialogue between faith and reason. The writers carefully analyze scientific discoveries and theories, seeking to reconcile them with Christian beliefs. This thoughtful approach sets this publication apart from others in the genre.

The writing is clear and engaging, making complex ideas accessible to readers of all backgrounds. The diversity of voices represented in the journal ensures a well-rounded exploration of the issues at hand.

Overall, The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, Volume 1, January, 1880 is a thought-provoking and thoughtfully curated publication that will appeal to anyone interested in exploring the relationship between science and religion.

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Transcriber's Note Spelling, punctuation and inconsistencies in the original journal have been retained.

Scientific and Religious Journal.

VOL. I. JANUARY, 1880. NO. 1.

THE CONFLICT.

The pyramids, temples and palaces of Thebes are monuments of the ancient intellects of our race. Great thinkers only were capable of giving to the world the Vedas, the Apollo Belvidere and the Parthenon. The arts and astronomy of Egypt harmonize very poorly with the idea that modern scientists have all the wisdom and intelligence known in the history of the ages. Among the wonderful characters of olden times we find Epictetus, Josephus, Strabo, Pliny, Seneca, Virgil, Aristotle, Plato, Tacitus, Thucydides and Herodotus.

The "Speculation of Evolution of Species" was advocated among the Greeks six hundred years before the birth of Christ. Two thousand and three hundred years ago the entire system of German philosophy, along with modern pantheism, was advocated by the Buddhists and Brahmins.

In many very important respects the ancients were in advance of us, especially in the arts, and we can not boast of superiority in either letters or philosophy... Continue reading book >>


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